Hundreds Flock To Stony Brook Southampton Hospital For 24th Annual Ellen’s Run - 27 East

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Hundreds Flock To Stony Brook Southampton Hospital For 24th Annual Ellen’s Run

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Breast cancer survivors gather before the start of Ellen's Run at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital on Sunday.

Breast cancer survivors gather before the start of Ellen's Run at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital on Sunday.

Kal Lewis, front and center at the start of Sunday's Ellen's Run 5K, finished first overall despite a pair of missed turns on a hot and humid day on the roads around Stony Brook Southampton Hospital.

Kal Lewis, front and center at the start of Sunday's Ellen's Run 5K, finished first overall despite a pair of missed turns on a hot and humid day on the roads around Stony Brook Southampton Hospital.

Democratic congressional hopeful Perry Gershon, left, with Stony Brook Southampton Hospital Chief Administrative Officer Robert Chaloner near the finish line on Sunday.

Democratic congressional hopeful Perry Gershon, left, with Stony Brook Southampton Hospital Chief Administrative Officer Robert Chaloner near the finish line on Sunday.

Pierson cross country coach Jim Kinnier with his star runner, Penelope Greene, on Sunday.

Pierson cross country coach Jim Kinnier with his star runner, Penelope Greene, on Sunday.

Awards were handed out in a variety of age groups following the race.

Awards were handed out in a variety of age groups following the race.

Dawn Moore of Hampton Bays receives the “Golden Acorn” before Ellen’s Run on Sunday. The award is given to one breast cancer survivor each year.  GAVIN MENU

Dawn Moore of Hampton Bays receives the “Golden Acorn” before Ellen’s Run on Sunday. The award is given to one breast cancer survivor each year. GAVIN MENU

By Gavin Menu on Aug 18, 2019
Kal Lewis raced through a pair of costly missed turns at the front of the pack as nearly 800 other runners charged through hot and humid conditions in the 24th... more

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